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Centre for Distance Education

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY
(Accredited by NAAC at A level among the Universities)

Administrative Office : Palkalaiperur, Tiruchirappalli - 620 024 Tamil Nadu, India. Tel : 0431-2407027, 2407054 Fax : 0431 - 2407044 E-mail : office@bdu.ac.in / cdegrievances@gmail.com Web : www.bdu.ac.in

Vice - Chancellor's Message Bharathidasan University A Profile The Centre For Distance Education (cde) - A Profile About MBA & MCA Programmes MBA Programme Curriculum MBA - Fees Details About MCA Programme MCA Fees Details Fees Structure For Arab Countries Fees Structure For Srilankan Students Admission Procedure Common For MBA / MCA Programmes Model Application for Change Of Address / Pcp Grievance Letter Tuition Fee And Other Fee Remittance Slip Proforma For Revaluation Of Valued Answer Papers Norms For Revaluation Passed / Failed Papers (u.g. / P.g.) Application For Retotalling Proforma For Transparency Of The Valued Answer Papers PCP Centres Centre Code List New Programmes Offering From the Academic Year 2011 - 2012 Onwards Application For Admission To The MBA / MCA Programmes 1 5 7 8 10 12 13 17 18 19 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 36 39

Vice - Chancellor's Message

Established by the Tamil Nadu Government by Act No. 2 of 1982, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, has grown with an excellent research base, offering PG and research programmes through 35 and odd Schools, Departments and Research Centres. The University is accredited with "A" Grade by NAAC and is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU). During the past 25 years, the University has made tremendous contribution towards teaching and research. The faculty of the University includes winners of prestigious honors like, Bhatnagar Award, Hari Om Trust Award, Meghnad Saha Award, UNESCO Award, Sahitya Akademi Award, TANSA Award, National Enivironmental Science Academy award and Indian National Science Congress Award. Many members of the faculty have received fellowships like FNA, FNASc, FASc, FIAT, FPTCA, FLS, FAEB and FRES. The University has acquired SAP-DRS Level II for Chemistry Department, DST-FIST for Animal Science, Chemistry, Physics and Plant Science Departments and DST-IRHPA for the Centre for Non-linear Dynamics. The University offers a wide range of contemporary, emerging and career oriented programmes through the 120 affiliated colleges. The Centre for Distance Education (CDE) was established in the year 1992 with an aim to provide higher education to those who could not attend regular colleges due to economic constraints and those who were employed and sought to upgrade their educational qualifications. The syllabi for the programmes offered through the CDE are the same as for the programmes offered in the colleges affiliated to the University. The B.Ed., Programme is being offered from the academic year 2006-2007 with the approval of NCTE and so far two batches of students have successfully completed the programme. There are totally five regular faculty in the Department of Education in the CDE and quality education is provided to the students who are pursuing B.Ed. Programme on par with the regular students. I extend my best wishes to all students studying through the Centre for Distance Education of Bharathidasan University and hope that the education they acquire through the CDE will help them in their profession and to achieve their goals.

Dr. K. MEENA.
Vice-Chancellor

From the Director's Desk

The Centre for Distance Education (CDE) of Bharathidasan University (BDU) was established in the year 1992, mainly to cater to the students of the University area for those who could not enter the regular colleges for higher studies. Subsequently, the area of Centre for Distance Education was extended to cover all the four Southern States and Union Territory viz., Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Now many study centres of CDE have been established all over India and abroad. To help the Students, our Personal Contact Programme Centres (PCP) are located in 19 Towns/Cities. There are more than 20,000 students on roll, with an annual enrolment of about 8,000 to 9,000 students. The Centre for Distance Education offers as many as 60 programmes including 18 UG, 21 PG, 13 Diploma programmes and 8 Professional programmes in selected disciplines. MCA, MBA, Diploma and B.Sc Degree in Animation programmes are the most sought after Courses. Besides the Conventional programmes, the Centre for Distance Education is offering programmes in Computer Science and Applications, Information Technology, E-Commerce, Bank Management, Financial Management, Co-operation, Library and Information Science, etc. The lab-oriented programmes are meticulously planned and executed with the same rigour of regular programmes, with no compromise on the practical requirements. The Centre for Distance Education conducts the theory and practical classes on Saturdays and Sundays. The conduct of the programmes is strictly monitored by the Director & the staff of the Centre for Distance Education. A significant number of our MCA students have found quite lucrative career in abroad.

Director i/c Centre for Distance Education Bharathidasan University

Dr. V. ARUMUGAM, M.Com.,B.Ed.,M.Phil., Ph.D.,

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY A PROFILE

INCEPTION Bharathidasan University, named after the revolutionary Tamil Poet Bharathidasan, was established in the year 1982. It was recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 1985. It is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and Commonwealth Universities. Celebrating its silver jubilee in the year 2007, this young and vibrant institution continues to make rapid strides in the fields of higher education, research and extension activities. Aptly the University has been adjudged as one of the most reputed Universities in the country having been accredited with A grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The serene, unpolluted ambience of the campus provides a quiet and conducive atmosphere for higher education and research.

Palkalaiperur Campus

CAMPUS The Institution with a sprawling 750 acre scenic campus is located on the Tiruchirappalli Pudukottai Highway, at a distance of 16 km from the city and 10 km from the airport. This main campus houses the administrative building, a very spacious library and various Schools / Departments / Centers. The University also has a City Campus at Khajamalai which accommodates a few Departments like Educational Technology, Centre for Remote Sensing, Academic Staff College, Department of Economics, Department of

An entrance view of Bharathidasan University

Women Studies, Department of Social Work, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (IECD) and Bharathidasan University Technology Park (BUTP).

For example some students of the Department of Biology, Indian Institute of Science, National Institute of Immunology, to name a few; are awarded student fellowships to go abroad for their project work in reputed research institutions. In recognition of the meritorious contributions and generous funds received to the tune of Rs.90 Crores so far, for research projects in different disciplines, the University has established centers for: 1) High Pressure Research, 2) Nonlinear Dynamics, 3) Nano-Science and Nanotechnology 4) Remote Sensing 5) Geographic Information Technology, 6) Bioinorganic Chemistry and 7) Pheromone Technology in the various departments. HOSTELS

Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM)

The University has grown from strength to strength with an excellent research base, offering quality Post-Graduate and Research programmes through its 40 and odd Schools and Departments and Research Centers. It includes the prestigious Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), an autonomous institute ranked as one of the top ranking management institutes in the country for its MBA program. In response to the quality of education imparted and need-based courses many programmes are funded by the UGC under innovative programmes; accordingly, the PostGraduate student strength in the campus has increased more than five-fold from 361 in 2002 to 1625 in 2007. A feather in the cap in this regard is the 5-year and 6-year integrated programs that admit students who are qualified at plus two level exposing them to university education at an early stage in academic career. These integrated programs provide a fast track for early graduation. Also it facilitates to break off with an under graduate degree or for lateral entry for a PG degree for fast learners. These programs also aim at instilling fortitude in the young minds to take up research and competitive examinations like NET / SLET / GATE. Many students get fellowships from organizations like Indian National Science Academy for summer projects and are encouraged to complete their final project work in premier institutes like Center for Cellular and Molecular Hostel

The University provides separate hostel facilities, 3 for women and 4 for men with furnished accommodation and mess facilities. To encourage the sports talent, the University has a spacious play ground adjoining the hostels with a 400 meter standard athletic track, an outdoor sports complex with play grounds for ball badminton, volley ball, hand ball and basket ball; this also includes a yoga centre which runs a part time course on yoga. Every year a cultural program, BARD-FEST is conducted in the campus wherein students from different colleges participate. LIBRARY The main library is well equipped with a large number of books, professional journals and popular magazines; it also provides internet connection and digital library facility to the user enabling access to thousands of e-journals,

Library libraries and databases around the world. Apart from this, each department has a well equipped library with a rich collection of books in its discipline. FACULTY Each Department has a team of dedicated renowned faculty members with excellent academic records. Many of them have won national and international awards and have tie ups with reputed research institutes across the world that facilitate exchange of students, scholars and faculty. Several research projects funded by the National, International agencies, and industries are in progress in different departments. National and International Seminars, Symposia and Conferences are held periodically by different departments to provide an excellent exposure to the young post-graduate students to update their knowledge in emerging areas in relevant disciplines. Apart from research grants received through national and international agencies, the University also allots funds to each department every year and also provides research fellowships to promote quality research. From its inception till date, more than 6000 research papers and over 300 books have been published; many of these have been published in high impact factor journals with very high citation index claiming international recognition. CENTRAL FACILITIES In addition to the very good Instrumentation and laboratory facility including high speed internet access (for students and faculty) in each department, a Computer Center, a Central

Computer Center Workshop, Departmental Store, Health Care Center, Biomedical Diagnostic Laboratory, State Bank of India branch and Canteen cater to the needs of the students in the campus. ALUMNI Most of the alumni, comprising post-graduates and research scholars, are well placed in various positions as doctoral, post-doctoral fellows and scientists in reputed national and international laboratories, as decision makers, faculty in educational institutions and in Non-Governmental Organizations. Some of the courses are tailored to generate self employment. Accordingly, satisfied with the quality performance of the alumni of Bharathidasan University, many international research institutions readily consider favorably request for granting placement in research projects, if the applicant is from Bharathidasan University. BDU - BDC In consonance with the current view that Institutions of Higher Learning should open out to global competition and move towards self-sustenance through external cash flow, an independent unit called Bharathidasan University Business Development Centre (BDU-BDC) has been established. Within the short span of four years the BDC has facilitated many reputed Industries / Institutions to sign memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the University on various aspects.

INSTITUTE OF ENTERPRENUERSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT (IECD)

Students Couselling & Grievance Redressal Cell IECD The IECD, established as an autonomous institute aims to serve the formal and nonformal community on low cost and low technology basis. Designing its own need based syllabi, it offers more than 100 short term programs which are completely job or enterprenuership oriented. The courses are offered through onsite and offsite modes. In this line the non-student force of the University area is also immensely benefitted. The IECD also organizes campus recruitments for students in different disciplines inviting prospective employers. PATENT CELL Patent is an index of intellectual contribution. Researchers should come away from the traditional motto of Publish or Perish to Patent and Protect their research findings. Some of the papers published from the university have international acclaim but so far only nine products have been patented. Hence, to pave the way for external cash flow to augment the sustenance of the Institution and sensitize the staff and students about the significance and potentials, a patent cell has been established and is functioning since April, 2009. STUDENTS COUNSELLING AND GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL To redress the grievances of students who come from far and near an exclusive Students Counseling and Grievance Cell with touch screen facility has been introduced in January 2009. The students' problems are redressed at the earliest mediated by the Cell. A novel Thatkal Scheme is also in vogue which enables the students to get their certificates from the office on the same day. (Phone No. : 2407272, 2407575) UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS / SCHOOLS / CENTRES The University has over 35 Departments / Schools / Centres such as Adult, Continuing & Extension Education, Animal Science, BioTechnology, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Economics, Educational Technology, Energy, English, Management, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physical Education, Physics, Plant Science, Social Work, Sociology, History and Tamil. There are also three specially funded institutes. viz National Facility for Marine Gyanobacterial (NFMC), Centre for Non-linear Dynamics, Centre for Remote Sensing and the Department of Library located in this University. Apart from these, there is a Centre for Canadian Studies, Centre for Periyar Studies, Centre for Bharathidasan Studies and an Academic Staff College, a Community College, a Computer Centre, an Informatics Centre (INTERNET), Bio Informatics Centre, IECD, and a Central Workshop. Apart from the schools, Departments, and centers of research the university has in its fold 99 Arts and Science Colleges and 13 approved institutions. UNIVERSITY WEBSITE The information furnished in this prospectus is just a bird's eye view of the programmes and facilities offered by the university. For further details the prospective applicant can access the official web site of the university: www.bdu.ac.in

THE CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION (CDE) - A PROFILE

Centre for Distanc e Educa tion io

CDE
PREAMBLE The Centre for Distance Education (CDE) of Bharathidasan University (BDU) was established in the year 1992 to serve the aspirant students of eight districts under the jurisdiction of the University who could not enter the regular colleges for higher education. Subsequently, the Centre for Distance Education started offering programmes for the candidates all over India and abroad through distance mode of education. Today owing to the quality of educational programmes offered and the degrees awarded on par with the regular mode, there is a great demand for the programmes offered by Bharathidasan University around the world. There are more than 20,000 students on roll today, with an annual enrollment of about 8,000 to 9,000 students. The Centre for Distance Education offers as many as 66 programmes including 14 UG, 24 PG, 7 Diploma / PG Diploma including the MCA and MBA programmes. Besides the conventional courses the Centre for Distance Education is offering programmes in Computer Science and Applications, Information Technology, E-Commerce, Bank Management, Financial Management, Co-Operation, Library and Information Science, Animation etc. The laboratory oriented programmes are meticulously planned and executed with the same vigor as regular programmes, with no compromise on the practical requirements. The Centre for Distance Education conducts the theory and practical classes on Saturdays and Sundays. The conduct of the programmes is strictly monitored by the staff of the Centre for Distance Education and the Director through regular visits to the personal contact programme (PCP) centres. The distance education programmes are administered through 20 PCP Centres of the university, and study centres in India and study Centres in abroad VIZ Sri Lanka, Dubai, UAE, ALAIN, Australlia and USA. A significant number of students graduated from CDE have found lucrative positions in India and abroad. This prospectus gives the details about the MBA/MCA programmes offered through distance mode of education.

BENEFICIARIES The aim of the CDE is to help the candidates who: discontinued their formal education due to pecuniary and other circumstances, from geographically remote areas, hail discontinued higher education for some reason or other motivation but later want to pursue higher education and cannot get admission or do not wish to join a regular college or university department, due to job commitments. CDE promotes higher education among the working community and the underprivileged, irrespective of age, employment and distance. A special feature of the CDE is that it meets the needs of all such candidates who desire to study rare and market driven academic programmes like computer science and its applications and business management, at affordable cost, compared to that of the regular mode of education. SPECIAL FEATURES Bhrathidasan university has been very successful in imparting quality education through distance mode because of strict adherence to the following :

Z the UGC, and the policy of Higher education of the Central and State Governments Guidelines of
making higher education reasonable and affordable to all.

Z quality and assessment such as curriculum, syllabi and examination system etc., same Keeping the
for all the students studying under regular and distance mode of education.

Zspatial distance between unreachable learners and teachers Bridging the Z Providing appropriate learning environment and a good two way communication system between
students and teachers.

Z of qualified and experienced faculty members for teaching and testing that instill Deployment
confidence among the distance education learners.

Z Providing flexibility by permitting students to undergo programmes under distance mode


concurrently. Under this scheme students undergoing UG/PG prgrammes in regular/ affiliated colleges of Bhrathidasan University are eligible to join any UG/PG programme concurrently through CDE of this university.

Z Granting scholarships to the unemployed


Bharathidasan University

SC/ST students who are studying

CDE

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ABOUT MBA & MCA PROGRAMMES


Among the various post-graduate programmes offered by this university, the MBA and MCA programmes are offered through both regular and distance mode of education. The curricula, evaluation process and the degree awarded are the same for both regular and distance education students. The syllabi are updated once in three years by experienced faculty constituting the board of studies. Apart from this, in view of the fast development of technology in certain areas, the syllabi of a few papers are revised annually improving the overall quality and content of the programmes offered.

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.)


1. Expertise of the University in Management Programmes Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), a School of Excellence in Management Studies started in the academic year 1984-85 has emerged as a nationally reputed School of Management. The Institute has distinguished faculty members each with a sound academic profile. Besides, a large number of reputed visiting faculties drawn from esteemed institutions like IIMS and industries interact with students and deliver special lectures. The resource persons are mostly leading professional managers in different fields in the Corporate Sector with practical knowledge. BIM is the first Business School in India to have a direct link with a renowned industrial organisation viz., Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL). BIM is at present situated in the BHEL campus and provides an excellent academic atmosphere with day-to-day contact with the real world of business and industry. The Centre makes use of the facilities and expertise available with the Bharathidasan Institute of Management for the preparation of study materials, conduct of Personal Contact Programmes, etc. The experience and expertise of the BIM are available for students pursuing M.B.A. Programme through Centre for Distance Education. 2. M.B.A. Programme M.B.A. Programme through distance mode is offered in English Medium under the semester pattern. The duration of the programme is for two years comprising four Semesters. The programme of study, Syllabi, scheme of examinations, evaluation, passing minimum, classification, rules and regulations etc are the same as per the regular MBA programme of the colleges affiliated to Bharathidasan University. This programme is based on the norms and standards prescribed by the AICTE and have the approval of UGC. Eligibility : Any (UG) Degree of this University or an equivalent examination accepted by the Syndicate thereto (10+2+3) with a minimum of 50% marks in Part III or its equivalent Candidates who have appeared for the final year / semester examinations of the qualifying degree are also eligible to apply for admission. Applications from the candidates with less than 50% of marks in the degree will be considered if the candidate encloses the work experience certificate. Candidates who have completed MBBS, B.D.S, B.L., B.Pharm, AMIE and Bachelor of Physiotherapy are also eligible.

MBA PROGRAMME CURRICULUM

Sem ester

Course I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX

Name of the Subject Management Concepts Management Communication Mathematics & Statistics Managerial Economics Organisational Behaviour Management Accounting Total Operation Research Production Management Marketing Management Financial Management Human Resource Management Research Methodology Total Strategic Management Business Law Management Information Systems

Hours 5 5 5 5 5 5 30 5 5 5 5 5 5 30 5 5 5 5 5 5 30 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

Credit 5 5 5 5 5 5 30 5 5 5 5 5 5 30 5 5 5 4 4 4 27 5 5 5 4 4 4 27

Internal Marks 25 25 25 25 25 25 150 25 25 25 25 25 25 150 25 25 25 25 25 25 150 25 25 25 25 25 25 150

External Marks 75 75 75 75 75 75 450 75 75 75 75 75 75 450 75 75 75 75 75 75 450 75 75 75 75 75 75 450

Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 100 100 600

II

X XI XII XIII XIV XV

III

Elective-I Course A-I / B-I / C-I / D-I / E-I Elective-II Course A-II / B-II / C-II / D-II / E-II Elective-III Course A-III / B-III / C-III / D-III / E-III Total XVI XVII IV XVIII International Business Environment Entrepreneurial Development Management Control Systems

Elective-IV Course A-I / B-I / C-I / D-I / E-I Elective-V Course A-II / B-II / C-II / D-II / E-II Elective-VI Course A-III / B-III / C-III / D-III / E-III Total (Dissertation 80+Viva-voce 20) Actual Project during the beginning of IVth semester and Viva-voce exam during the end of IVth semester . Total Grand Total

Project Work

25

75

100

120

6 120

25 625

75 1875

100 2500

ELECTIVE PAPERS

III SEMESTER - ELECTIVE A. MARKETING 1. Consumer Behavior 2. Business to Business Marketing 3. Sales and Distribution Management B. FINANCE 1. Strategic Cost Management 2. Financial Service 3. Security Analysis & Portfo lio Management C. HUMAN RESOURCE 1. Organization Development 2. Reward Management 3. Leadership and Change Management D. SYSTEMS 1. e -Business 2. Internet Technologies 3. Knowledge Management E. OPERATIONS 1. Supply Chain Management 2. Advanced Operation Research 3. Total Quality Management

IV SEMESTER - ELECTIVE A. MARKETING 1. Advertising and Sales Promotion 2. Marketing of Services 3. Retail Management B. FINANCE 1. Project Management 2. Global Financial Management 3. Wealth Management C. HUMAN RESOURCE 1. Public Relations Management 2. Managing Interpersonal Effectiveness 3. Group Dynamics D. SYSTEMS 1. Software Project Management 2. Relational Database System Management 3.Object Oriented Programming & C++ E. OPERATIONS 1. Material Management 2. Lean Manufacturing 3. World Class Manufacturing

NOTE: In the third and fourth semester the candidate has to select any one of the five electives as above.

OTHER REGULATIONS
Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) a) CIA Components : for 25 Marks i) ii) 2 Tests for (2 x 7.5 = 15 Marks) 2 Assignments or Semesters (2 x 5 = 10)

b) Question Paper Pattern : for Internal and external examinations for 75 Marks Section A : Section B : c) Passing Minimum : i) ii) iii) d) Project 40% Passing Minimum from Internal Assessment (10 out of 25 Marks) 40% Passing Minimum from External Examination (30 out of 75 Marks) Over all Pass 50 Marks out of 100 Marks. Dissertation : 80 marks 2 reviews : 20 + 20 Report Valuation Viva-Voce : 20 Marks = 40 = 40 = 20 Answer 5 questions (5 x 5 = 25). Either or Type 5 questions, one more from each unit. Answer 5 questions ( 5 x 10 = 50). Either or Type questions, one from each unit. One question may be a Case Study.

MBA FEES DETAILS FOR PCP CENTRES AND STUDY CENTRES WITHIN TAMIL NADU
Registration Fee: Rs.500/Who Studied U.G.Programmes
Fee for 1st Semester Within Tamil Nadu PCP / Study Centres Within Bharathidasan University Other Universities within Tamil Nadu Outside Tamil Nadu Outside Tamil Nadu PCP Centres Only Within Bharathidasan University Other Universities within Tamil Nadu Outside Tamil Nadu

Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage & Stationery Alumni Fes Misc. Fees Recognition Fees Total

3800/1200/500/200/250/-------5950/-

3800/1200/500/200/250/190/6140/-

3800/1200/500/200/250/375/6325/-

5800/1200/500/200/250/-------7950/-

5800/1200/500/200/250/190/8140/-

5800/1200/500/200/250/375/8325/-

1. Recognition fee

:Within Bharathidasan University: ------: Outside Bharathidasan University within Tamil Nadu: Rs.190/ : Outside Tamil Nadu within India / Srilanka: Rs.375/: Outside India: Rs.815/-

For Subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) II III IV Within Tamil Nadu Rs.5,500/Rs.5,510/Rs.5,500/Outside Tamil Nadu Rs.7,500/Rs.7,510/Rs.7,500/Last date for payment th 20 January 15th June 20th January Last date for payment with Penalty of Rs.200/31st January 30th June 31st January

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MBA FEES DETAILS FOR STUDY CENTRES (OUTSIDE TAMIL NADU)

Registration Fee: Rs.500/Who Studied U.G. Programmes


Fee for 1st Semester Within Bharathidasan University Other Universities within Tamil Nadu Outside Tamil Nadu

Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage & Stationery Alumni Fes Misc. Fees Recognition Fees Total

15,000/2000/1000/200/250/----18450/-

15,000/2000/1000/200/250/190/18640/-

15,000/2000/1000/200/250/375/18825/-

1. Recognition fee :Within Bharathidasan University: ------: Outside Bharathidasan University within Tamil Nadu:Rs.190/: Outside Tamil Nadu within India / Srilanka: Rs.375/ : Outside India: Rs.815/-

For Subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) Semester Fees Last date for payment Last date for payment with Penalty of Rs.200/-

II III IV

Rs.18,000/Rs.18,010/Rs.18,000/-

20th January 15th June 20th January

31st January 30th June 31st January

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MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (M.C.A.)

1. Expertise of the University in Computer Applications Since its inception the Department of Computer Science remains distinctive in teaching computing sciences by combining human scale with global reach, thought leadership, rigorous course work and innovation. The Department started its first programme (MCA) in 2005. Now it has 5 core programmes and is well on its way to become the School of Computing Sciences. The Department is an integral part of the Bharathidasan University Technology Park (BUTP) established in 2005 for fostering IT entrepreneurs and make this tier city of Tiruchirappalli an IT corridor. The technology park has tie-up with IT companies (SME); they contribute regularly for the Industry Institute Interaction. The areas of Research in the department are Natural Language Processing, Auto Programming, Semantic Web, Ontology, Web Services, Enterprise Application Integration, Data Mining, Theory of Computation, Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Networks, Security and Text Mining. 2. M.C.A. Programme The Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.) programme through distance mode is offered in English medium under semester pattern. The duration of the programme is for three years comprising 6 semesters. The programme of study, syllabi, scheme of examinations, evaluation, passing minimum, classification, rules and regulations etc are the same as per the regular MCA programme of the colleges affiliated to Bharathidasan University. This programme is based on the norms and standards presented by the AICTE and have the approval of UGC. Eligibility : Any Degree with Mathematics or Statistics at Plus Two level / as an allied subject as major at Degree level or B.E. / B.Tech except in Computer Science Engineering / AMIE. Note : Candidates who have passed PGDCA / BCA / B.Sc CS / B.Sc IT are eligible for lateral entry into the II year M.C.A. Programme.

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MCA FEES DETAILS FOR PCP CENTRES AND STUDY CENTRES WITH IN TAMIL NADU
Registration Fee:Rs.500/Who studied U.G Programme Fee for1st Semester within Tamil Nadu PCP / Study Centres within Bharathidasan University Recognition Fees Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage Stationery Misc.Fees Caution Deposit Lab Fees Alumni Fee Total ---4950 750 400 250 1000 500 200 8050 Other Universities within TamilNadu 190 4950 750 400 250 1000 500 200 8240 Outside TamilNadu PCP Centers Only

375 4950 750 400 250 1000 500 200 8425

1.Recongnition fee:Within Bharathidasdn University: ---:Outside Bharathidasdn University withinTamil Nadu:Rs.190/:Outside Tamil Nadu within India/Srilanka:Rs.375/:Outside India:Rs.815/-

For subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) Semester Fees Last date for Payment 20 th January 15 th June 20 th January 15 th June 20 th January Last date for Penalty of Rs.200/31st January 30 th June 31stJanuary 30th June 31st January

II III IV V VI(LESS): Caution deposit of Rs.1000/ from the Final Semester fee of Rs.5,850/-(4950+400+500)

Rs.6,600 Rs.6,610/Rs.6,600/Rs.6610/Rs.4,850

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MCA LATERAL ENTRY


FEES DETAILS FOR PCP CENTRES AND STUDY CENTRES WITH IN TAMIL NADU
Registration Fee:Rs.500/-

For those who studied PGDCA,BCA,B,SC.(CS) & B.SC.IT Fee for IIIrd Semester within Tamil N adu PCP / Study Centres within Bharathidasan University Recognition Fees Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage Stationery Misc.Fees Caution Deposit Lab Fees Total ---5,150 750 400 250 1000 500 8050 Other Universities within TamilNadu 190 5,150 750 400 250 1000 500 8240 Outside TamilNadu PCP Centers Only

375 5,150 750 400 250 1000 500 8425

1.Recongnition fee:Within Bharathidasdn University: ---:Outside Bharathidasdn University withinTamil Nadu:Rs.190/:Outside Tamil Nadu within India/Srilanka:Rs.375/:Outside India:Rs.815/-

For subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) Semester Fees Last date for Payment 20 th January 15 th June 20 th January Last date for Penalty of Rs.200/31st January 30th June 31st January

IV V VI (LESS): Caution deposit of Rs.1000/- from the Final Semester fee of Rs.5,850/-(4950+400+500)

Rs.6,600/Rs.6610/Rs.4,850

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MCA FEES DETAILS FOR STUDY CENTRES (OUTSIDE TAMIL NADU)


Registration Fee:Rs.500/Who studied U.G Programme Fee for Ist Semester within Bharathidasan University 15,000 2,000 1,000 250 200 1,000 ---19,450 Other Universities within TamilNadu 15,000 2,000 1,000 250 200 1,000 190 19,640 Outside TamilNadu

Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage Stationery Misc.Fees Alumni fees Caution deposit(refundable) Recognition Fees Total

15,000 2,000 1,000 250 200 1,000 375 19825

1.Recongnition fee:Within Bharathidasdn University: ---:Outside Bharathidasdn University withinTamil Nadu:Rs.190/:Outside Tamil Nadu within India/Srilanka:Rs.375/:Outside India:Rs.815/-

For subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) Semester Fees Last date for Payment 20th January 15th June 20th January 20th January 20th January Last date for Penalty of Rs.200/31st January 30th June 31st January 31st January 31st January

II III IV V VI (LESS): Caution deposit of Rs.1000/- from the Final Semester fee of Rs.18,000/-

Rs.18,000/Rs.18,010/Rs.18,000/Rs.18,010/Rs.17,000/-

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MCA LATERAL ENTRY


FEES DETAILS FOR STUDY CENTRES (OUTSIDE TAMIL NADU)
Registration Fee:Rs.500/For those who studied PGDCA, BCA, B.Sc. (CS) & B.Sc. IT Fee for IIIrd Semester within Tamil Nadu PCP / Study Centres within Bharathidasan University Tuition Fees Study Materials Postage Stationery Misc.Fees Caution deposit(refundable) Recognition Fees Total 15,200 2,000 1,000 250 1,000 ---19,450 Other Universities within TamilNadu 15,200 2,000 1,000 250 1,000 190 19,640 Outside TamilNadu

15,200 2,000 1,000 250 1,000 375 19825

1.Recongnition fee:Within Bharathidasdn University: ---:Outside Bharathidasdn University withinTamil Nadu:Rs.190/:Outside Tamil Nadu within India/Srilanka:Rs.375/:Outside India:Rs.815/-

For subsequent Semesters


Semester (No) Semester Fees Last date for Payment 20th January 15th June 20th January Last date for Penalty of Rs.200/31st January 30th June 31st January

IV V VI (LESS): Caution deposit of Rs.1000/- from the Final Semester fee of Rs.18,000/-

Rs.18,000/Rs.18,010/Rs.17,000/-

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FEES STRUCTURE FOR ARAB COUNTRIES

1.Cost of Application for Admission for UG Programmes PG Programmes MBA / MCA Programmes US $ 10 US $ 20 US $ 50

2.Tuition fees/ Admission fees for UG Programmes (per year) PG Programmes (per year) MBA Programmes (per year) MCA Programmes (per year) Certificate / Diploma / PG Diploma Courses Sing $ 1200 Sing $ 1200 Sing $ 2000 Sing $ 2200 Sing $ 1200

3.Examination fees : UG Programmes per paper PG Programmes per paper US $ 10 US $ 20

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FEES STRUCTURE FOR SRILANKAN STUDENTS

1.Cost of Application for Admission for UG Programmes PG Programmes MBA / MCA Programmes Rs.100 Rs.200 US $ 50

2.Tuition fees / Admission fees for UG Programmes (per year) PG Programmes (per year) B.C.A (Per Semester) M.Sc Computer Science (per Semester) M.Sc (I.T) (Per Semester) M.Sc Physics (per Semester) MBA Programmes (per year) MCA Programmes (per year) Rs.10,000/Rs.10,000/Rs.10,000/Rs.12,000/Rs.12,000/Rs.12,000/Rs.12,000/Sing $ 2000

3.Examination fees for : UG Programmes per paper PG Programmes per paper Rs.55/Rs.125/-

4. Practical Examination fees for : UG Programmes per paper PG Programmes per paper Rs.60/Rs.150/-

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ADMISSION PROCEDURE COMMON FOR MBA/MCA PROGRAMMES


1. Application and selection procedure The prospective candidates can submit their duly filled in application forms either in on-line or by post to the Director, Centre for Distance Education or to the co-ordinators in the concerned Study Centres along with the necessary enclosures. At the time of admission the candidates will be required to take up an entrance test at the assigned centres. Selection will be purely on merit, based on the marks scored in the qualifying examination, performance in the entrance test, and work experience, if any. 2. Admission i) Admission will be made by the Director, Centre for Distance Education, Bharathidasan University, Palkalaiperur Campus, Tiruchirappalli - 620 024 or at the approved study Centres of the university opted by the candidate. At the time of admission, the selected candidates should produce all original certificates including experience certificate, if any, along with xerox copies of all the certificates with a stamp size photograph of the candidate for the issue of identity card and Demand Draft towards the prescribed fees. The original certificates will be returned immediately after admission.

ii)

iii) Postal Admission The CDE offers Postal admission facility for those who are unable to come for admission in person pending verification of the certificates. On receiving the admission letter these candidates should send the above mentioned documents. The original certificates in such cases will be returned immediately after admission. If any information furnished in the application is found to be incorrect at the time of admission, the candidate will forfeit the selection. iv) Spot Admission The CDE offers spot admission in all PCP Centres during Saturdays & Sundays 3. Fees structure The tuition and other fees for the first Semester should be paid without fail on or before the last date as mentioned in the admission letter. No extension of time for the payment of fees will be granted under any circumstances. For the subsequent semesters the candidates must, on their own, should remit the prescribed fee as mentioned in the prospectus by January and June, every year, It should be noted that in this regard, NO SEPERATE INTIMATION will be sent to the candidates and defaulters will stand to lose their enrollment. They may however be readmitted on payment of Rs.500/- subject to the approval of the authorities of the University. 4. Mode of Payment All payments towards Registration, Admission and Semester Fees, etc are to be sent in the form of crossed Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Centre for Distance Education (CDE), Bharathidasan University, payable at Tiruchirappalli, obtained from any Nationalised Bank. The fees can also be paid through challan in favor of the Centre for Distance Education through the State Bank of India branch located in Bharathidasan University Campus. The Demand Drafts dated more than one month prior to the due date of payment will not be accepted. The following fees should be remitted through separate demand draft: (i) Tuition fees, (ii) Examination, (iii) Request for change of PCP Centre, (iv) Loss of Identity Card, (v) change of Address, (vi) Course completion Certificate, etc

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The Demand Draft/s must be accompanied by the duly filled in remittance slip. For the student's perusal a specimen copy of the slip is appended in the prospectus. The student can use the Xerox copy of the same. FEES ONCE PAID WILL NOT BE ADJUSTED TOWARDS FUTURE DUES OR REFUNDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMTANCES. The candidates are advised to keep a photocopy of the DDs (always with the name and enrollment number, course of study and address written on the reverse) sent to the CDE for any future reference.

5. Identity card Each student will be provided by the CDE with an identity card which is valid till the completion of the programme. Students are advised to preserve their identity cards safely, They should also note that the examination Hall-Tickets will be issued by the Chief Superintendent of the concerned examination centres only on production of the identity card. The candidates with arrear papers can use the card for the purpose of obtaining hall-tickets even though the programme of study is over. If the identity card is lost, a duplicate card can be got issued from the CDE on payment of Rs. 50/- through a D.D. accompanied by a requisition to that effect, enclosing a recent stamp size photograph. 6. Enrollment Number On admission each student will be assigned an enrollment number which will hold good till the programme is completed. In all communications with the CDE the enrollment number must be quoted without fail. Letters received by the CDE without the enrollment number may not be attended to. 7. Change of Address All communications will be sent to the students only to the contact address provided by them in the application form. Any change in the address should be promptly intimated to the CDE with the name and enrollment number along with a crossed D.D. for Rs. 50/- drawn in favour of the Centre for Distance Education. Bharathidasan University, Request for change of address without payment of the prescribed fee will not be entertained. 8. Change of PCP and examination Centre Change of PCP Centre will be permitted only once during the entire programme on or before the commencement of a semester, on payment of Rs. 500/- through a crossed D.D., subject to the approval of the authorities. Changing the PCP center implies that the candidate will take up the examinations also in the respective center only. 9. Break of Study and Readmission a. b. c. d. e. A student who has discontinued can be readmitted only once during the entire programme of study. The student will have to pay Rs. 650/- as readmission fee through a demand draft. Such students shall also have to pay the tuition fee, etc., in vogue at the time of re-admission. The readmitted student shall subscribe to the prevailing syllabus and regulations in vogue at the time of readmission. The readmitted candidates shall appear for examinations through their own preparation; in such cases no contact classes will be arranged and the marks for Continuous Internal Assessment if applicable shall be through assignments only. However, if the contact classes are run in their subjects of study in their designated study centres, they can take advantage of attending such classes.

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10. Scholarships Arrangement will be made to help the unemployed SC/ST students belonging to Bharathidasan University, to get Scholarships. For further details, the deserving candidates can contact the Deputy Registrar (SC/ST Cell), Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli - 24. 11. General Instructions i) The study materials shall be supplied to the candidates at the time of admissions to all the admission centres, PCP & study centres. Every effort will be made to hand over the study materials for each paper during contact programmes. Students are advised to check the lessons received by them. The contact classes will be held at the approved Personal Contact Programme centers of the University (PCP) The Spot admissions for all programmes will be held during Saturdays & Sundays. for further details contact the PCP Centres. All communications / notifications will be sent to the students in advance by post / courier. However there is every possibility of delay / loss of letters. Hence, candidates are instructed to check / verify then and there with their classmates so that they will not miss any of the communications. CDE will not take any responsibility for postal delay / loss of communication in transit. If the payment of fees is made after the prescribed date CDE cannot be held responsible for any delay in sending study materials, communications, etc..

ii)

iii)

iv)

12. Payment of Fee i. The Students are instructed to pay the tuition fee on their own, on or before 15th June for odd semester and 20th January for even semester. They need not wait for a separate intimation / communication from the CDE demanding the payment of the fee. All payments to the University should be made only through a crossed D.D. drawn in any one of the nationalized banks. Transaction in cash will not be entertained. For all payments, due to Distance Education DD should be drawn in favour of Centre for Distance Education, Bharathidasan University, payable at Trichirappalli. For all payments, due to the Controller of Examinations (fee for exam, Convocation, Provisional Certificate, Duplicate Mark Statements, Retotalling, Revaluation, Improvement of external marks etc.,) the DD should be drawn in favour of Bharathidasan Universtiy, payable at Tiruchirappalli. The students have to enclose the DD with the filled-in remittance slip. Further, the name of the student, course, enrolment No., and the purpose must be written on the back of the demand draft. The students have to retain with them a Xerox copy of the DD and the remittance slip, for any future reference.

ii. iii. iv.

v.

13. Examination System i. ii. The candidates should compulsorily pay examination fee for all papers in each semester, on or before the dates prescribed. University examinations for the semester programmes will be conducted at the end of each Semester on dates notified by the University. Examinations will be normally held in the months of November/December and April/May of each academic year (The examinations will be conducted on week days, continuously) The written examination, as may be applicable, will be held in the institutions specified by the University. Applications for examinations shall be sent by post or given to the candidates directly at the Personal Contact Programme Centres. Applications for examinations are normally send to the Centre two months in advance. Candidates are expected to carefully watch for the announcement and apply for the examinations well in advance before the prescribed dates.

iii. iv.

v.

Hall Ticket: Hall tickets for the examination shall be collected from the examination centre two
days before the commencement of the examinations on production of the identity cards.

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14. Attendance Attendance for the practical classes also is compulsory. Candidates with a minimum of 50% and above attendance in the practical classes only will be allowed to appear for the University practical examinations. 15. Discrepancy in the CIA Tests for the Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) will be conducted at the respective Centres under prior intimation. Valued answer papers with the marks awarded will be shown to the students in the subsequent class by the respective teachers. Any discrepancy in awarding the marks has to be brought to the attention of the concerned teacher then and there and be solved. Any subsequent remedial action will not be entertained. At the end of each semester, a consolidated CIA marks statement will be displayed at the respective centres. If there is any discrepancy between the actual marks scored by the students and what is indicated in the consolidated CIA statement, the candidate has to report the matter to the Director within 15 days from the date of receipt of the letter. Representations received thereafter will not be attended under any circumstances. 16. Instant Examination There is a provision for Instant Examination for those who have failed in just one subject in the final examination of the degree programme. To avail this, the candidate has to apply for the examination within 10 days from the date of declaration of the result, along with prescribed fee of Rs. 500/- . 17. Norms for Revaluation and Retotaling Revaluation can be applied for any two failed papers or one passed paper in the current session. Application for revaluation shall be made in the prescribed Proforma within 15 days after the announcement of the results. Such applications along with the prescribed fee should be sent to the Director, CDE through the PCP. The candidate can apply for transparency only when he secures not less than 50% of marks (passing minimum) in the current examination. Those candidates who have secured more than 50% of the passing minimum marks shall be eligible to apply for revaluation with or without availing the transparency of the answer scripts. The candidates who have sought for revaluation need not wait for the outcome of the revaluation result. The candidate may register for the concerned paper(s) in the subsequent Examinations. Late applications for the subsequent Examinations on the ground that the candidate was waiting for the results of the revaluation will not be entertained at any cost. The University will not bind at any circumstances if the Candidate passes in revaluation of paper(s) and gets qualified for admission for further studies. Fee particulars: (Passed / Failed Papers) Fee for Transparency Fee for Revaluation . . Rs. 300/- (for each paper) Rs. 500/- (each paper)

Fee shall be paid through Demand Draft drawn in favour of "BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI - 620 024" Payable at Tiruchirapalli. 18. Certificates and convocation: 1. Course completion Certificate: The course completion certificate can be obtained on payment of Rs.50/ in the form of DD. 2. Consolidated Marks Statement and Provisional Certificate: For those who have qualified for the Degree, the Consolidated Mark Statement and provisional certificate will be sent by post after publication of the results. The students have to pay the prescribed fee for these certificates along with the examination fee while registering for IV/VI semester examination. 3. Convocation: For those who have qualified for the Degree, the Convocation Form will be sent by post, on receipt of requisition from the candidates. Degree cerftificates will be issued only if the candidates apply in the prescribed convocation form. The Degree/Diploma will be conferred only in absentia. It will be sent by Registered Post in about two months from the date of convocation.

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19. Revision of Curriculum and other regulations: The University may, from time to time, revise, amend and change the Regulations and the Curriculum as and when found necessary. The University reserves the right not to conduct the programme at any stage in any of the PCP / Study Centre without assigning any reason. 20. Grievances If the students have any grievance such as non-receipt of study materials etc. they are free to write to the Director. A register for grievances will be available with the University representative at the PCP Centre. The students can record their grievances, if any, in this register. Further, the CDE has created a grievance mail ID to solve the grievances through on line . The students grievances mail ID is cdegrievances@gmail.com. The Students can use this mail ID to solve their grievances through on line.

21. All disputes are subject to Tiruchirappali Jurisdiction only

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MODEL APPLICATION

CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION


Bharathidasan University
Palkalaiperur Campus, Tiruchirappalli - 620 024.

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF ADDRESS / PCP


1. Name of the Student 2. Enrollment No. 3. Programme of Study 4. Centre in which enrolled 5. Full Address : : : : :

6. Change required 7. Change as follows


From

: :
To

8. Fee for the change 9. Mode of Payment a) D.D. No. b) Date c) Name of Bank d) Place of Bank

: Rs. : Demand Draft (in favour of Bharathidasan University) Payable at Tiruchirappalli. : : : :

Note : Name of student will Enrollment No. should be written on the reverse side of the Demand Draft.

Place : Date : Signature of the Student

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GRIEVANCE LETTER

From Name Enrollment No. : :

Name of the Programme : Address :

Pin Code

To The Director, Centre for Distance Education, Bharathidasan University, Palkalaiperur Campus, Tiruchirappalli - 620 024. Grievance in brief :

Signature of the Student Action Taken : (For Office use only)

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CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION


Bharathidasan University
Palkalaiperur Campus, Tiruchirappalli - 620 024.

TUITION FEE AND OTHER FEE REMITTANCE SLIP


1. Name of the Student 2. Enrollment No. 3. Register No. 4. Programme 5. Subject & Medium 6. Date of Birth 7. Year of Enrollment in the Programme 8. PCP Centre : : : : : : : :

Details of Remittance Tuition Fee Penalty Others

Amount Rs.

D.D. No. and Date

Name of the Bank

9. Communication Address

Signature of Remitter Note : All remittances of fee should be accompanied with this form and any remittances without this form will not be considered. Fee once paid will not be refunded on any basis.

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1. Name of the Candidate (In Block Letters) : 2. Residential Address 3. University Register Number 4. Major Subject (Main / Branch) 5. Subject Code, Title & Marks obtained : : : : Marks Obtained

6. Name of the PCP Study Centre (with Centre Code) 7. Fee Particulars - Amount D.D. Number D.D. Date Name & Place of Bank : Rs. : : :

Signature of the Candidate We recommend that the candidate has passed / secured less than 50% of the passing minimum marks and is eligible for Revaluation on the basis of Transparency.

Signature of the Co-ordinator

(P.T.O.)

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Norms for Revaluation Passed / Failed Papers (U.G. / P.G.)


Revaluation can be applied for TWO FAILED PAPERS or ONE PASSED PAPER in the current session. Application for revaluation shall be made in the prescribed Proforma within 15 days after the announcement of the result, through the Principal / Director of the College / Centre for Distance Education where he/she underwent the course. candidates who have passed in the examinations, and those candidates who have secured Those less than 50% of the passing minimum marks in the examinations held in the recent past shall apply for revaluation provided that they get the transparency of their answer scripts and support their cases within the specific recommendation of their Head of the Departments and the Principal, for revaluation on the basis of the transparencies. candidates who have failed but secured more than 50% of the passing minimum marks Those shall be eligible for revaluation with or without getting the transparency of the answer scripts. The candidates who have sought for revaluation need not wait for the outcome of revaluation result. The candidate may register or the concerned paper(s) in the subsequent Examinations. Late applications for the subsequent Examinations on the ground that the candidate was waiting for the results of the revaluation will not be entertained at any cost. The University will not bind at any circumstances if the Candidate passes in revaluation of paper(s) and qualifies for admission to P.G. programmes / Higher Education. Fee particulars: (Passed / Failed Papers) v Fee for Transparency (U.G. & P.G.) v Fee for Revaluation (U.G.) v Fee for Revaluation (P.G.) Rs.300/- (each paper) Rs.400/- (each paper) Rs.500/- (each paper)

Fee shall be paid by means of Demand Draft in favour of BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024.

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BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024.

APPLICATION FOR RETOTALLING

Signature of the Co-ordinator

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BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024.
PROFORMA FOR TRANSPARENCY OF THE VALUED ANSWER PAPERS 1. Name of the Candidate (In Block Letters) 2. Name of the Course / Branch 3. Semester No. 4. Register No. 5. Subject Code for which copy of the current Valued Answer Script is required 6. Title of the Paper 7. Marks Secured 8. Name of the College / Centre Code 9. If applied for Copy of the Valued answer Script for more than one paper, mention a) the other Subject Codes & b) the total number of subjects 10. Month & Year of Examination 11. Residential Address 12. Address to which the Transparency of the Answer script is to sent : : : : : : : : : : : : :

13. Particulars of fee paid (Rs.300/- per Paper for U.G. / P.G. / M. Phil.) (D.D. drawn in favour of Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli 620 024.) a) No. of Papers b) Amount c) D.D. Number & Date d) Name & Place of Bank : : : :

v Application for transparency shall be made in the prescribed Proforma within 7 days after the announcement of the result, through the Principal / Director. (Centre for Distance Education where he/she underwent the course.)

Signature of the Candidate (To be filled in by the Principal of the College / Director) Certified that the above candidate has appeared for the subject code mentioned above in the Current Session.

Signature of the Co-ordinator

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PCP CENTRES

PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME CENTRES WITHIN TAMILNADU (PCP)

Sl.No

01. 02.

CHENNAI COIMBATORE COIMBATORE CUDDALORE

Personal Contact Programme Centres (PCP) SBOA School, Junior College, Anna Nagar West, Chennai. 1.RVS College of arts & Science, Sulur, Coimbatore 641402. 2. Hindustan College of Arts & Science Peelamedu, Coimbatore St.Josephs College of Arts & Science , Cuddalore 607 001 Govt.Arts College, Karur 639 005 Madura College(Autonomous), Madurai 625 011 Dharmapuram Athinam Arts College, Dharmapuram, Mayiladuthurai 609 001. H.H. The Rajahs College, Pudukkottai 622 001 Government Arts College, Cherry Road, Salem Rajah Serfoji Government Arts & Science College, Thanjavur 613005 Jamal Mohamed College, Near Tvs Tolgate, Trichy 620 020. St.Ignatius College of Education Palayamkottai, Thirunelveli 627 002 Bharathiyar Vidhyalayam Hr.Sec.School, Tuticorin-628 003 Bharathidasan University College, Kurumbalur, Perambalur 621 107. Senkunthar Higher Secondary School, Erode 638 001.

03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

KARUR MADURAI MAYILADUTHURAI PUDUKKOTTAI SALEM THANJAVUR TIRUCHIRAPPALLI THIRUNELVELI TUTICORIN PERAMBALUR ERODE

Sl.No 01. 02. 03.

Personal Contact Programme Centres (PCP) BANGALORE Vivekananda Educational Trust, 1st & 4th Block Jayanagar, Bangalore-560 011. MYSORE Sri Kateswara Education Society K.N.Puram, Extension, Udayagiri Post, Mysore. HYDERABAD St.Josephs Degree College 5-9-1106, King Kote Road,Hyderabad-500 029

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CENTRE CODE LIST


AGARTALA AURANGABAD AUSTRALIA BANGALORE BHIVANDI BHOPAL BHUVANESWAR BIHAR CALIFORNIA CHENNAI COCHIN / KERALA COIMBATORE COLOMBO CUDDALORE DELHI DINDIGUL DUBAI ERODE FARIDABAD GOA GUJARAT HARYANA HOSUR HYDERABAD KARAIKKUDI KARUR KOLHAPUR KOLKATTA KRISHNAGIRI LUCKNOW 077 035 102 007 012 070 069 079 104 004 008 005 086 020 046 034 028 021 065 093 071 036 057 009 052 015 037 030 058 041 MADURAI MANGALORE MELAIYUR MUMBAI MYSORE NAMAKKAL PATTUKKOTTAI PERAMBALUR PONDICHERRY PUDUKKOTTAI PUNE RAIGAD SALEM SECUNDERABAD SURAT THANJAVUR THIRUNELVELI THIRUPUR 018 040 101 029 025 053 085 022 024 003 031 092 016 068 048 002 019 045 PHYSICAL HANDICAPPED CODE YES 1 NO 2 EMPLOYEE YES NO MARITAL STATUS MARRIED UNMARRIED SEX MALE FEMALE CODE 1 2 CODE 1 2 CODE 1 2 NATIONALITY INDIAN OTHERS MOTHER TONGUE TAMIL TELUNGU MALAYALAM KANNADA HINDI OTHERS CODE 1 2 CODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 RELIGION HINDU CHRISTIAN MUSLIM OTHERS SOCIAL STATUS OC BC MBC SC ST CODE 1 2 3 4 CODE 1 2 3 4 5

THIRUVANANDAPURAM 032 THIRUVARUR THOLUDUR TIRUCHIRAPPALLI TIRUPATTUR TUTICORIN VELLORE VIJAYAWADA VIRUTHACHALAM VISHAKAPATNAM WEST BENGAL 084 063 001 060 033 059 013 055 080 103

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STUDY CENTRE - ABROAD


Director, International English Institute for Language Studies P.O.Box :80302, Al Ain, U.A.E. E Mail: jay1574@gmail.com. Phone: 971 50 2410420 Programme Director, International English Institute for Language Studies P.O.Box : 28458. Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. E Mail: jay1574@gmail.com. Phone: 971 50 2410420 Programme Director New York English Institute for Language Studies P.O.Box : 9253. Dubai, U.A.E. E Mail: jay1574@gmail.com. Phone: 971 50 2410420 SAAD OTHMAN AL-BRAHUM CONT.EST. No.14, Hafsa bint umar street Raudah I, P.O.Box : 100805, RIYADH 11645. Saudi Arabia E Mail: ashfaq106@gmail.com. Phone: 0551986077 Chairman Dana International Educational Institute (P) Ltd., 185, Sea Street, Colombo 11, Sri Lanka E Mail: danaeducation@yahoo.com Danakaleel41@yahoo.com Phone: 011 5730860/870/890, 0094 0716197308 President California Tamil Academy (CTA) 20532, Deerpark CT, Saratoga CA 95070 California, U.S.A. E Mail: catamilacademy@yahoo.com Managing Partner EDULINK Sri Lanka Study Centre Centre for Distance Education of Bharathidasan University No. 82 1/1, Galle Road, Colombo- 4, Sri Lanka. E Mail: bducdesl@gmail.com Phone: + 94 11 720 2222, +94 11 720 7323 Managing Partner EDULINK - Australia 23, Wordsworth Avenue, Clayton South, Victoria 3169, AUSTRALIA E Mail: riyaz@it-mate.com.au Phone: 613 954 49414, (M) : 614 035 30654

S.No. 1 2 3 4 5

Study Centres - Abroad AUSTRALIA Sri Lanka Saudi Arabia U.A.E. U.S.A.

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BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024. CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION MBA ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION FORM
1. Name of the Student 2. Date of Birth 3. PCP Centre 4. Semester & Section 5. Enrolment No. 6. Subject with Code Number 7. Title of the Assignment : : : : : : : (I)....................................................

(II)....................................................

8. Date of Submission SIGNATURE OF THE STUDENT

OFFICE USE
To be filled in by the Resource Person (R.P) who evaluates the Assignment Marks :

5
Note : Photostat copies of this form may be used

Signature of the R.P. with name and date

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BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024. CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION MCA ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION FORM
1. Name of the Student 2. Date of Birth 3. PCP Centre 4. Semester & Section 5. Enrolment No. 6. Subject with Code Number 7. Title of the Assignment : : : : : : : (I)....................................................

(II)....................................................

8. Date of Submission SIGNATURE OF THE STUDENT

OFFICE USE
To be filled in by the Resource Person (R.P) who evaluates the Assignment Marks :

10
Note : Photostat copies of this form may be used

Signature of the R.P. with name and date

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Technology & Costume Designing

< B.Sc. Hospital Administration < B.Sc. Fashion < BLISC -

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Bachelor of Library and Information Science Duration : One Year Eligibility : Any Degree

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HOW TO FILL - IN THE APPLICATION FORM


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The application form should be filled - in with BLOCK LETTERS ONLY Name of the applicant as per the degree certificate. For code numbers refer to the code list given in the Previous page. Address for communication should be completed, Pin Code must be given. Photograph attested by Gazetted Officer should be affixed in the space provided for D.D. for Registration fee of Rs. 500/- should accompany the application. All Columns should be filled in clearly. No column should be left blank. Incomplete application will be summarily rejected. Application should be submitted before the last date.

10. Attested Xerox copies of the UG Certificates should be enclosed with the application.

OTHER UG & PG SEMESTER / NON - SEMESTER PROGRAMMES


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STUDY CENTRES IN TAMILNADU


Sl.No. 01 Study Centre Place & Telephone Nos. CHENNAI 044-24420131 24411711, 9884300235/36 KARAIKUDI 9894138012 NAMAKKAL 226196, 94433-26196 TIRUNELVELI 9941902347, 0462-23204070\ VIRUTHACHALAM, CUDDALORE (DT)
99949-48813 (Old), 9443386132 (New) 04143-262250

Study Centre Name and Address Prof. A.Ramaraju Co-ordinator, Sri Ramakrishna Academy , Kamaraj Nagar, (Near TIDEL Park) Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai 600 041. Mrs.S. Selvi, MICRO-SYS, COMPUTER EDUCATION, 53, Church Road, T.T.Nagar, Karaikudi 2. Mr.S.Gunalan GEED Trust, 31-D, Naveen Complex, Mohanur Road, Namakkal 1. A.R. Ganesan, Nellaiyappar College of Higher Education, No.9G, Thilak Nagar, Madurai Road, Tirunelveli Junction, Tirunelveli 627 001. Dr.V.Arockia Mary Samuel St.Mary's College, Junction Road, Viruthachalam, Cuddalore.DT. Mr. P. Saravanan, Co- ordinator, Cadd Cae Computer, 8/25, Veppanthoppu Street, Dindigul 624 001. R.V.Rangarajan, LEE CAMPUS EDUCATIONAL TRUST, Plot No.36, 4th Main Street, Nehru Nagar, Hosur 635 109. Mr.R.Vanimoorthy Managing Trust, SET Study Centre, 1/355, Rajaji Nagar,
Behind Taluk Office Police Station, Rayakottah Road, Krishnagiri 635 001

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DINDIGUL 0451-2434296, 93666-27775 HOSUR 9894904905 KRISHNAGIRI 94432-19849 TIRUPATTUR, VELLORE (DT) 04179-228123, 90950-94434 COIMBATORE 0422-4514050/60, 93450-28545 CHENNAI 044-23723211, 24720363, 94442-96995 VELLORE 0416-2227244, 94431-07107, 94866-334987 ERODE 0424-2251707, 98427-24107 THOLUDUR CUDDALORE (DT) 9443185630 CHENNAI, Success Academy 42187860/9500157786 CHENNAI, SMOT School of Business 914442209898, 919884545898 COIMBATORE M/s Dharshana Academy of Resources and Education Private Limited (iCAD Centre) 91 422 4514070 91 99524 09545 COIMBATORE Phone 288645 (0) 288645 E-mail vision@vethathiri.org Web. : vethathiri.org

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Mr.M. Balakrishnan National Institute of Computer & Catering Technology Tirupattur- 635 601, Vellore (DT) P. Karthikeyan, Zen Educational Trust, Sakthi Arcade, 172B,Avinashi Road, Hope College, Peelamedu, Coimbatore-641004 Mr.S.Srinivasan Santiago Academy, No.9, Sowrastra Nagar 6th Street, Choolaimedu, CHENNAI 600 094. K. Manonmani, ME Trust, 77/9. Cheziyanplaza, Arni Road,Vellore D.T Mr.M.Thangavel Vel Educational Trust, 29/3, R.P.L. Plaza, Kalaimakal Kalvi Nillayam Road , Erode. Mr.M.Renganathan Srimathi Neelaambal Ramalingam Educational and Social Trust, Senthi Velavan Mansion (Upstair), Main Road,Tholudur (Post), Tittagudi (T.K),Cuddalore (Dt). Mrs.Fathima Ali, Success Academy, 2/2, Balaraman Road, Adyar, Chennai 20 Mr. H. Sirajudeen, SMOT School of Business, 7 & 8 II Cross Street, Nehru Nagar, Perungudi, Chennai 600096 Mr. P. Karthikeyan, M/s Dharshana Academy of Resources and Education Private Limited (iCAD Centre), Sakthi Arcade, 172-C, Avinashi Road, Hope College Signal, Peelamedu, Coimbatore 641 004, The President The World Community Service Centre, Directorate of Vision for Wisdom (An Educational Wing of WCSC), Temple of Consciousness, Arutperumjothi Nagar Aliyar 642 101, Pollachi Taluk, Coimbatore Dist.

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